Linux Command Line: Getting Started with Bash and Shell Scripting
You Too Can be a Linux Command Line Genius!
You've seen the sleek and point and click surface that is the Linux desktop client. While this is great, we all know the real power of Linux lies beneath the hood. The problem is the command line is intimidating and you want to learn it quickly and as easily as possible.
Linux Command Line takes you from your very first baby steps all the way to writing files and creating your own Bash scripts. Along the way you'll learn the basics of file navigation, directory setup and all the handy tips and tricks passed down over the years by your fellow keyboard lovers!
Join Travis Booth, author of Machine Learning With Python and Python Data Analytics, as he teaches you all about:
- Creating symlinks, deleting files and directories
- An introduction to VI
- The basics of Bash
- Writing your first shell scripts
- Grep, sed and all other text file manipulation tools
and so much more!
Stop giving into shell shock and join the hundreds of programmers who have adopted the command line as a means of communicating with the wonderful tool that is Linux.
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